Shannon Kelly gives some advice to the prospective members of the Class of 2021: you always end up where you’re supposed to.
Total applications fell 1 percent to 28,500.
As prospective students begin to hear back from schools, the Office of Undergraduate Admission accepted about 33 percent of 9,000 early action applications.
“Decades of obsession over rankings have pushed universities to be less creative and more alike—all while artificially elevating institutions that have historically catered to the wealthy.”
There are 80 institutions across the country that have joined to form the coalition, but Boston College is not one of them.
This year, the acceptance rate for the incoming freshman class dropped 6 percent.
This past fall, 23,223 prospective students applied for undergraduate admittance to Boston College. Of those who applied, 7,875 were offered admission.
This topic has already been addressed, so for the sake of originality, I have to ask: what remains that is worth saying or repeating?
We’d like to thank everyone who helped to make our first “WeAreBC Week” to welcome the incoming freshman class through social media such a resounding success.